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friedrich braun
Monday, November 8th, 2004, 10:28 PM
It has become impossible to deport any one in today's Europe...court proceeding after court proceeding...appeal after appeal...only to be told that the undesirable must stay and be supported by the Dutch taxpayer. Stupid liberals are signing their own death warrants...

Dutch court bars Kurd extradition

A Dutch court has blocked the extradition to Turkey of a Kurdish woman said to be a militant leader.

Nuriye Kesbir, alleged to belong to the separatist Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), is accused of organising attacks on military targets in the 1990s.

The Dutch justice ministry approved her handover in September after the supreme court ruled she could be extradited.

But a court in The Hague has said the Netherlands could not be sure she would receive a fair trial in Turkey.

The PKK, which is illegal in Turkey, wants an independent Kurdish state in south-eastern Turkey.

The Turkish authorities had said Ms Kesbir would be treated fairly and given a fair trial.

But the district court ruled on Monday that the justice ministry had overlooked several reports from the United Nations and other organisations which accused Turkish authorities of torturing Kurdish activists.

Torture fears

Ms Kesbir has always denied the charges of being involved in the attacks and claims she dealt only with women's issues as a member of the PKK's presidential council.

She was arrested after arriving in the Netherlands in September 2001. She was denied political asylum and has been fighting extradition proceedings since. Ms Kesbir has said she fears she will face an unfair trial and might be tortured if she returns to Turkey.

The Dutch justice ministry is reported to be considering an appeal against the district court's ruling.

Turkey has recently approved a range of human rights reforms as part of its efforts to achieve approval for EU membership.

Both France and Germany have confirmed they are in favour of opening talks with Turkey about EU membership, as recommended by a European Commission report last month.

Story from BBC NEWS

Loki
Monday, November 8th, 2004, 10:33 PM
There is no hope any longer. Our race is going to perish. One hippy generation has succeeded in securing the destruction of an entire race.

cosmocreator
Tuesday, November 9th, 2004, 06:18 AM
There is no hope any longer. Our race is going to perish. One hippy generation has succeeded in securing the destruction of an entire race.

Convincing your opponent that they are already beaten makes the path to total destruction much easier.

Destroying a whole race of people is a very difficult task. I doubt we will perish.

Loki
Tuesday, November 9th, 2004, 07:11 AM
I doubt we will perish.
Logically and statistically it seems impossible for the white race to remain pure into the next millennium. In the olden days of slow transport and travel boundaries, it could have been possible. But today is a whole new world. The argument for our total destruction within a few centuries is overwhelming.

DreamWalker
Tuesday, November 9th, 2004, 07:40 AM
Logically and statistically it seems impossible for the white race to remain pure into the next millennium. In the olden days of slow transport and travel boundaries, it could have been possible. But today is a whole new world. The argument for our total destruction within a few centuries is overwhelming.

The backlash against the non-White immigratoin in Europe is growing, in Flanders for instance, the party favoring expulsion of non-Whites is the largest single party.

And the Russians are having nothing to do with the mixing, and have a much more Nordish population than many Westerners give them credit for.